Dona Ana County Foreman-Road Department in United States
Ability Test will be administered
Responsible for scheduling day-to-day allocation and use of skilled and semi-skilled trades employees, materials, and equipment, while performing maintenance of paved and unpaved roads, repairs and maintenance of drainage structures, repairs and maintenance of cattle guards, road construction, and bridge/culvert construction.
Organize, direct, review and adjust allocation of resources and assignment of activities to ensure continuity of operation of the roads, bridges and culverts
Inspects for weed control and tree obstructions, road condition, cattle guards, and drains
Investigates complaints from the public
Operates equipment and trains personnel in equipment operation, construction practices and techniques; instructs and monitors safe work practices for road personnel; recording of PMI daily on all equipment used
Supervises and guides assigned personnel issuing written and/or oral instructions and inspecting work that is in progress and completed each day
Identifies and orders needed materials and maintains pertinent records; coordinates work with other foreman and sometimes overlaps in assisting the other crews
Responsible to interpret plans and specifications
Reports work progress, materials and equipment used on a daily basis
Responsible for assigned personnel performance evaluations and recommends disciplinary actions as needed.
ADDITIONAL DUTIES. May be assigned to on-call
A. Education. High school diploma or equivalent,
B. Experience. A minimum of seven years full time experience in the road construction and maintenance and/or general construction areas to include at least three years in a supervisory capacity.
C. Education / Experience substitution. As per County Policy.
D. Licenses/Certifications. A valid unrestricted Commercial Driver's License, Class A, endorsements preferred.
E. Other (e.g., post-offer medical exam, polygraph, background check, driver’s license record, etc.). Background check, driver’s license check, alcohol and drug testing.
Skill, acquired through considerable training and experience, to operate and adjust varied equipment for purposes such as performing numerous standardized tests or operations.
Knowledge of: Construction plans; methods and equipment of read construction and maintenance; types and uses of equipment used in highway construction and maintenance; operating characteristics of maintenance and construction equipment; federal, state, and county laws; ordinances; OSHA safety regulations.
Ability to: Plan and supervise the work of a labor crew; understand, interpret and carry out oral and written instructions; establish and maintain a working relationship with employees and the public; use good judgment in administrative and personnel situations; plan work schedules; maintain daily reports.
ID Requisition Number: 2016-2272
Department: Roads Department
Post End Date: 12/9/2016